Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Bradley, of Ypsilanti, celebrated ou Mouday the golden auniveisaty of their wedded life, they baving been united in uiarriage 50 years ago that day in the village of Northville. The eventful day vas not allowed to go unrecognized by their friends and in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Northard, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Perkins, Mr. and jdu. Nathan Collin and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. P-.u' on bebalf of the Congreh .1 t a1 ,ciety, of whioh Mr. and Mrs. radley are memLiers, surprised tbeiu by appearing at their home and presenting thero with a pnrse of $32 and a large quantity of flowers. After extending their personal and the sooiety's congratnlatione on the aged couple having reached this unusual period in the lives of married persona, they spent a pleasant afternoon and. departing, wished theru tnany happy returns of the day. Mr. Bradley laoks but 10 days of being 73 years old, and his partner in life was 68 years old on May Ist. They have been residents of Ypsilanti for 40 years. One son, Frederick A. Bradley, of Jaokson, accompanied by his wife and children, was present at the anniversary.